US ARMY Chore Jacket (1940s)

Prominent coveralls along with a pullover jacket as a US Army denim jacket Jacket with two pockets, manufactured in the 1940s. It is characterized by a simple two-pocket design and is easier to put on and take off than a pullover type jacket. It appears to have been manufactured and adopted as a piece of equipment for a short period of time, but in today's day and age, it would be more useful than the pullover type.

It has an A-line silhouette like the one in the large pullover. There are two pockets at the bottom.



Like the pullover type, US ARMY metal buttons
USARMYCHORE_front pocket

front pocket

Pocket on the bottom of the jacket with a flap and metal button closure. Flap and metal button closure.


The sleeve ends are simply folded inward and sewn in, with no buttons.


A 2×1 fabric, like the pullover type. It has a strong slubby feel and a strong blue tint. It has a fine vertical drop.